Summary: It's no wonder that Nokia is one of the most successful mobile phone companies on Earth. They make solid devices that generally work well and are comfortable to use from both a hardware and software perspective.
Excerpt: Maintaining the continuity of its business phone E series with lots and powerful devices, Nokia launched the "promised" updated version of the successful E61. This time the new E61i model got the long expected camera module that lacked in the older E61 model.
Pros: The best thing about this phone is the simply fact that it exists:) The whole range of connectivity tools and the big battery recommends it as the number one business tool at the moment. Even the design is eye-catching, big, bulky and slim as it is. Nokia E61i is a phone that can be used for almo...
Cons: Lack of a secondary camera for video calling may be a major drawback for those that like this feature. Also the metallic part of the phone is too easy to scratch and will make your phone look very bad after only a few days of use (even if you take great care). I'm also wondering: when will Nokia ...
Excerpt: Howdy, big boy! At 4.6 x 2.8 x 0.6 inches, the E61i dwarfs most handsets. Luckily, you won’t care: Its roomy 2.8-inch screen and comfy keyboard make excellent companions to the fast Symbian OS, which puts Windows Mobile to shame by loading apps almost instantly.
Pros: Handy thumbnail-driven history viewer in browser. Streams Flash and other videos. Nice collection of business and media apps, including a project team manager and RealPlayer. Almost 11 hours of talk time.
Cons: So wide it barely feels like a phone. Accessing the microSD slot requires removing backplate. No stereo Bluetooth. Proprietary headphone jack.
Excerpt: Nokia E61 is high-end business email Smartphone device that aims to compete with Blackberry as alternative. Nokia E61 features advanced email capabilities such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel (of Microsoft Office 97, 2000, XP and 2003) viewer and editor which compatible with Zip Manager and...
Conclusion: High style, a QWERTY keyboard, WiFi and durability have finally converged, thanks to the Nokia E61. The phone is stunning looking and happily it works just as well as it looks. It beats the BlackBerry on expansion, style, durability and multimedia features, though its keyboard isn't quite as good.
Pros: Great looks, durable metal body, WiFi, EDGE, miniSD expansion slot, supports all major push email solutions as well as non-push IMAP and POP3 email. Fantastic web browser, good battery life and excellent display.
Cons: Keyboard travel is nearly nil, sometimes flaky scheduled IMAP email checking.